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Definition of Misconduct

Misconduct

  1. Wrong conduct; bad behavior; mismanagement.
  2. To conduct amiss; to mismanage.
  3. To behave amiss.

Misconduct Quotations

In most communities it is illegal to cry 'fire' in a crowded assembly. Should it not be considered serious international misconduct to manufacture a general war scare in an effort to achieve local political aims?
Dwight D. Eisenhower

But what are friends? What is a husband, even, compared with one's Mother? Of her love, one is always so sure! It is the only love that nothing - not even misconduct on our part - can take away from us.
Jane Welsh Carlyle

The business of popularizing crime is how we expose the faults in our justice system. It's how we expose police misconduct.
Bill James

The damage done to this country by its own misconduct in the last few months and years, to its very heart and soul, is far greater and longer lasting than any damage that any terrorist could possibly inflict upon us.
Theodore C. Sorensen

When Al Gore picked Joe Lieberman, it was a clear declaration of independence from President Clinton; no Democrat had been more critical of Clinton's misconduct.
Jeff Greenfield
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Misconduct Translations

misconduct in French is inconduite
misconduct in German is schlecht benehmen, Verfehlung
misconduct in Spanish is mala conducta